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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Brake piping

FRONT

FRONT : Exploded View

Front : exploded view

  1. Master cylinder secondary to ABS actuator brake tube
  2.  Master cylinder primary to ABS actuator brake tube
  3. Brake tube bracket
  4. Brake tube (LH)
  5. Brake tube (RH)
  6. ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit)
  7. ABS actuator to connector brake tube (LH)
  8. ABS actuator to connector brake tube (RH)
  9. Lock plate
  10. Front brake hose
  11. Union bolt
  12. Copper sealing washers
  13.  Master cylinder
  14. Connector bracket
  15. Connector
  1.  To front brake hose
  2. To rear brake tube

Front

FRONT : Hydraulic Piping

Front : hydraulic piping

  1. ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit)
  2.  Front disc brake
  3. Master cylinder assembly
  4.  Brake booster
  5. Connector
  6. Rear disc brake
  1.  Brake tube
  2.  Brake hose

: Flare nut
: Union bolt

FRONT : Removal and Installation

CAUTION:

NOTE: When removing components such as hoses, tubes/lines, etc., cap or plug openings to prevent fluid from spilling.

REMOVAL

  1.  Remove wheels and tires using power tool.
  2.  Loosen the flare nut with a flare nut wrench and separate the brake tube from the hose.

CAUTION:

  1.  Remove the union bolt (1) and the brake hose from the brake caliper. Remove and discard the copper sealing washers.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse copper sealing washers.

  2.  Remove the lock plate and remove the brake hose.

Removal

INSTALLATION

CAUTION:Do not allow foreign matter (e.g. dust) and oils other than brake fluid to enter the reservoir tank.

  1.  Assemble the union bolt (1) and the copper washers to the brake hose and install it as an assembly to the brake caliper.

    Align the brake hose pin to the projection (A) by aligning it with the brake caliper hole, and tighten the union bolt (1) to the specified torque.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse copper sealing washers.

  2.  Install the brake pipe to the brake hose, temporarily tighten the flare nut by hand until it does not rotate further, and attach the brake hose to the bracket with the lock plate.

    CAUTION: Check that the brake hoses and pipes are not bent or twisted.

  3.  Tighten the flare nut to the specified torque with a flare nut crowfoot and a torque wrench.

    CAUTION: Do not scratch the flare nut and the brake pipe.

  4.  Refill with new brake fluid and perform the air bleeding. Refer to BR-16, "Bleeding Brake System".

    CAUTION: Do not reuse drained brake fluid.

  5.  Install the wheels and tires. Refer to WT-60, "Removal and Installation".
  6.  Perform inspection after installation. Refer to BR-8, "Inspection".

Installation

REAR

REAR : Exploded View

Rear : exploded view

  1. Rear brake pipe assembly (RH)
  2.  Rear brake pipe assembly (LH)
  3. Lock plate
  4.  Rear brake hose
  5. Union bolt
  6. Copper sealing washers
  1.  To brake pipe connector
  2. To rear brake hose

Front

REAR : Hydraulic Piping

Rear : hydraulic piping

  1. ABS actuator and electric unit (control unit)
  2.  Front disc brake
  3. Master cylinder assembly
  4.  Brake booster
  5. Connector
  6. Rear disc brake
  1.  Brake tube
  2. Brake hose

: Flare nut
: Union bolt

REAR : Removal and Installation

CAUTION:

NOTE: When removing components such as hoses, tubes/lines, etc., cap or plug openings to prevent fluid from spilling.

REMOVAL

  1.  Remove wheels and tires using power tool.
  2.  Loosen the flare nut with a flare nut wrench and separate the brake tube from the hose.

CAUTION:

  1.  Remove the union bolt (A) and the brake hose from the brake caliper. Remove and discard the copper sealing washers (1).

    CAUTION: Do not reuse copper sealing washers.

  2.  Remove the lock plate and remove the brake hose.

Rear : removal and installation

INSTALLATION

CAUTION: Do not allow foreign matter (e.g. dust) and oils other than brake fluid to enter the reservoir tank.

  1.  Assemble the union bolt (A) and the copper sealing washers (1) to the brake hose and install it as an assembly to the brake caliper.

    Align the brake hose L-pin by aligning it with the brake caliper hole, and tighten the union bolt (A) to the specified torque.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse copper sealing washers.

  2.  Install the brake pipe to the brake hose, temporarily tighten the flare nut by hand until it does not rotate further, and attach the brake hose to the bracket with the lock plate.

    CAUTION: Check that the brake hoses and pipes are not bent or twisted.

  3.  Tighten the flare nut to the specified torque with a flare nut crowfoot and a torque wrench.

    CAUTION: Do not scratch the flare nut and the brake pipe.

  4.  Refill with new brake fluid and perform the air bleeding. Refer to BR-16, "Bleeding Brake System".

    CAUTION: Do not reuse drained brake fluid.

  5.  Install the wheels and tires. Refer to WT-60, "Removal and Installation".
  6.  Perform inspection after installation. Refer to BR-8, "Inspection".

Installation

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